That’s right; the whole Arts Festival fandango goes digital this year.
You say it’s not like being there? True, but you get new views in some on visits to Pittsburgh museums.
The iconic pop art designer rode both the surfing and rock and roll waves.
The Frick Art Museum’s show features striking photo art from France during the momentous years 1900 to 1945.
The 57th edition of the International even speaks Pittsburghese, with local artists among the global galaxy in the show.
The Warhol is exhibiting a broad retrospective of Andy Warhol’s initial work in New York City as an advertising designer and burgeoning artist.
The Frick Pittsburgh hosts an art show highlighting big themes and little-known gems from a time of great artistic ferment.
Ryoichi Kurawa is a Japanese electronic artist. The videos in his Pittsburgh show give the viewer a profound buzz.
Iranian artist Farhad Moshiri’s “second-generation pop art” generates cross-cultural waves—and casts a dreamlike spell.